Robyn Cenizal
Robyn Cenizal, CFLE

Robyn Cenizal has over 25 years of project management experience working with federal, state, and local government agencies as well as faith and community-based organizations. In addition to overall program design and project management skills, her primary strengths are providing training and technical assistance (TTA) and technical writing. Her project management skills include program design, implementation, task oversight, fiscal management, team leadership, client interface, and program evaluation. Her TTA experience includes instructional design and curriculum development for both live instruction and online learning platforms. As an expert trainer, she has experience with both in-person and virtual facilitation. Her direct-service program management experience and history of working with governmental agencies informs her individualized TA practices to support organizations in making data driven decisions. Her extensive expertise is grounded in research related to family strengthening, child welfare, workforce development, violence prevention, offender re-entry and poverty reduction. She is a Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) and has authored numerous publications on promising practices associated with serving high-risk, low-resource, and culturally diverse populations.

Ms. Cenizal is a Community Volunteer Leader with North Florida Red Cross and chairs the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee. She is also an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and a Certified International Health Coach (CIHC).


Southern Illinois University
Workforce Education & Development Bachelor’s Degree